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Rite Aid: *HOT* Sally Hansen Insta-Gel Strips Nail Color Only $1.25 Each (Reg. $14.99)

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Calling all you Rite Aid shoppers! Here’s a smokin’ deal you can score this week on Sally Hansen Insta-Gel Strips Gel Color. Check it out…

Sally Hansen Cosmetics Buy1 Get 1 50% Off. Get a $5 +Up Reward when you buy $20 worth
(limit 2 offers)

Deal Scenario
Buy 2 Sally Hansen Insta-Gel Strips Gel Color $14.99 each
Total After B1G1 50% Off Sale = $22.49
Use 2 $5/1 Sally Hansen Insta-Gel Strips Gel Color coupons found here
Plus, use the $5/1 Sally Hansen Salon Insta-Gel Strips coupon found in the April Video Values 
Pay $7.49
Get a $5 +Up Reward when you buy $20 worth (limit 2 offers)
Final cost only $2.49 total – just $1.25 each! Wow! :)

(Thanks, Jenna!)

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  • cytocine says:

    coupon on is for Sally Hansen Salon Insta-Gel Strips nail color while vv is for Sally Hansen Salon Insta-Gel Strips. both are different products. Can we combine these coupons together?

  • Stephanie says:

    Has anyone tried to use these with the sensationail led lamp?

    • Debbie says:

      Stephanie, I recently bought these to use with the sensationail led lamp. I haven’t done it yet but I believe there should be no problem.

  • Nancy says:

    It says you may only use one coupon per product. Has anyone used all three coupons?

    • mel. says:

      You’re buying 2 items, using 2 manuf cpns (1 for each product). The video value is a store coupon, which you allowed to stack with a manuf coupon. If not, Collin wouldn’t post these scenarios ;)

  • April says:

    I am going to attempt this deal tomorrow!! Can’t wait!!

  • LC says:

    I just tested this because i was going to out to pick up some dinner.
    The manufacturers coupon scanned perfectly, but when the cashier tried to scan the RA video val coupon it beeped. They manually punched it in so i had no problems, but some might experience some difficulties at the register. Also…a friendly tip to those who shop at rite aid: It may be a better idea to have the up rewards print. I had some on my account and it took those first, so my last 5 dollar manufacturers coupon wasn’t accepted. I’m going to change the option tonight online.

  • amy says:

    For those who have used these…is the lamp a necessety or does it just speed up drying? I’ve never done gel or strips….tia

    • Elise says:

      There are different ones that don’t need a lamp, they are under $10 at RA. Look for a display that has $2 off coupons (Collin previously posted about it.) You could buy 4 of those kind to get the deal, they would be around $4 each, depending on exactly how much they are. Not as good a deal, but could be better if you have Ups to use. :-)

    • Alyssa says:

      Sorry, I meant to reply to you instead of posting a separate comment. Anyway, it looks like you do need the lamp in order for these to work.

  • Alyssa says:

    There is a little note on the box that says “Must use with mini LED lamp.” I was excited about this deal but don’t want to have to invest in the lamp. :(

  • Melanie says:

    Anyone have tips on removing these gel nails? I love the look, and that they last about a week (for me), but getting it off is SO hard. I have bought the pure acetone but you have to soak your nails in it forever. I bought the remover tool but it scraps off at least one layer of nail.

    • Susan says:

      Try calling Sally Hansen customer service. Tell them how much trouble you’ve had and ask if you should be doing anything differently. If they say no, explain that you like their product with this one exception and it’s a shame they couldn’t make them so they could be removed easier. If they don’t have a solution for you, it’s good for the company to get product feedback and sometimes they will send you free coupons to keep you as a customer and maintain good customer relations. It would be a win-win either way. HTH.

  • Tina says:

    I’m having trouble loading the video. It says it’s not available. Is this happening to you?

  • Michelle says:

    To get them off, put pure acetone on a cotton ball, place it on the nail and wrap the tip of your finger with tin foil, (or something to hold the cotton ball in place). Wait 10 min or so, the gel should come right off. They key is to keep the acetone on for awhile. Trying to use it like regular nail polish remover won’t work very well.

  • gg says:

    Where can I purchase the lamp & how much are they??? Thanks

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